Like Goats, we are inquisitive by nature with a slate reflecting our vision to create original, ambitious, funny and exciting global entertainment formats and scripted comedy. Just like Goats, we are sociable creatures who thrive within our tribe, though we’re not great at standing on steep mountainsides.
When you come to work with us, we want you to feel supported, nurtured and empowered as part of our Team. We don’t do emails at midnight, we don’t do angry phone calls, we don’t work with wankers, we don’t work with bullies, we don’t throw food at each other, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we do feed the office seagull called Bob. Goat films is a safe, welcoming and progressive working environment valuing creativity and compassion, fully aware that at the end of the day our work is not life and death:
It’s only TV.
Goat understands the practicalities of making television in today’s world and will always aim to merge creativity and reality in a way that satisfies everyone. These are some of the key behavioural strengths we like to encourage so that we can all have a positive impact on the people around us.
Kindness & Patience
We value actively demonstrating kindness and patience to one another; these are core principles of Goat Films.
Equality, Respect and Care
Our mission is to evolve as a company that champions equality, respect and care in the freelance community.
Supportive and Collaborative
Through open and honest communication, Goat creates a sense of empowerment for the whole team by offering collaboration, experience and growth.
At Goat we are always looking to improve everything we do. The whole team holds itself to standards of excellence, particularly when it comes to acting with integrity, honesty and kindness.
We proactively consider your wellbeing at Goat; we are not perfect but rather strive to be better. Our Productions we have been Trialling the Whole Picture Toolkit and with Romeo & Duet we also had a Wellbeing Facilitator supporting the team.